b"IMPACT STATEMENT 2023CASE STUDYMany internationalHow the Civil Society organisations have securityOrganisations (CSOs) of protocols and often cannotthe SCSO Programme reach dangerous territories.help make health and However, it is impossible toeducation services evacuate everyone, and weaccessible to allcannot abandon our people To assist Ukrainians residing in dangerous just because it is dangerous. territories, the CSO 'CASERS' established a database of more than 100 doctors in Daria Zakrevska, Communications Manager, CASERS 30 specialities who can diagnose patients remotely. In their first couple of months, the telemedicine centres conducted around 1200 teleconsultations across the country.The CSO 'Believe in Yourself' leads on various activities, including social work and therapeutic sessions, to care for the residents of communities where its hubs are located. Last year, it assisted 2,300 people fromCASE STUDYvarious backgrounds.Saving lives onthe ground: thestory of LiliaLilia (name changed), a 41-year-old Ukrainian woman, is HIV-positive. When the war broke out, Ukrainian Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) started to support citizens with essential services, including healthcare. This enabled Lilia to consult the CSO 'Womens Space' when her symptoms worsened. 'Womens Space' offered to pay for her medication and examinations. This means that Lilia now lives pain-free and has a chance of surviving. She recently started undergoing regular medical check-ups and resumed antiretroviral therapy. She is also receiving treatment for tuberculosis, which she had contracted because of her weakenedimmune system.14 15"